MenuMover

Developer: Limit Point Software

Current Version: 1.0.3

Last Updated: 2 years ago

Download Size: 1.5 MB - Download

Description:

MenuMover is a menu bar app for moving, copying, aliasing and archiving files and folders quickly into common folders without the need to drag and drop them, use aliases, etc. It is a generalization of the Finder's "Move to Trash" contextual menu item, you can apply it to any folder you like.

What can MenuMover do for me?

• Move and copy files quickly.

Move, copy, alias, etc. files to pre-defined destination folders with a simple menu selection, or use the menu to open a window to navigate to the destination of the operation on the fly. This alleviates the task of opening up many folders to get to the destination, or creating dock aliases.

• Associate folders with file types.

Move files to pre-defined destinations based on their file extension, i.e. "put the file in its place." For example, you can associate a folder with all files that have extension "pdf" so that applying "put in its place" to a PDF file will move it to this folder.

• Wrap files and folders.

The "wrapping" feature creates a new folder whose contents is a copy of the current Finder selection. Optionally you can have the selection completely moved into the new folder. This simplfies the task of collecting a group of files into a new folder.

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Release Notes:

Maintenance update.

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 1.0
Review by JaspervP

Useful - I am using this more and more. This app gives you a very easy way to copy or move files to folders that you often save your files to, however deep these are burried in your folder hierachy. A very useful feature is the wrapping command which wraps the files into a new folder. It's quick, easy, and always accessable in the menubar. You can also create aliases and hard links. Pretty useful tool.

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people
1/5
Version 1.0.2
Review by JeffTowne

MenuMover 1.0.2 - MenuMover has been one of my most valuable tools. With that said, I have not been able to use version 1.0.2. This version seems to require a password to work. The MenuMover website claims that the app purchased from the App Store does not require a password, but here we are. I have reverted to the previous version. MenuMover 1.0.1 works as it should. I use it daily and I can’t imagine functioning without it. I absolutely love this little app.

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people